Worried about myself or another young person

If you are worried about something that is happening to you or someone you know, you don’t have to deal with it on your own

 

If you are worried about something that is happening to you or someone you know, you don’t have to deal with it on your own – visit the Childline website for advice at www.childline.org.uk  (Childline is not just for young children!)

Speak to a teacher or another adult you trust and they will help you to get the help you need or take a look at our concerned page for who to call for help

If you are finding it difficult to get support, you could get in touch with organisations like National Youth Advocacy Service or Help at Hand. They can make sure your views, feelings and wishes are heard and taken seriously and help you get the services you are entitled to.

Who else could help me?
If you need help you can speak to an adult you trust. It may be a doctor, key worker, teacher or social worker.

There are also lots of organisations who specialise in helping children & young people; here are some that you can contact or speak to confidentially:

Find out more in the quick guide on getting help to overcome abuse